- Respondents show particular concern around water resources and drought, with 77 percent believing conservation of Colorado River water is in need of “urgent action.”
- In an effort to reduce recidivism and keep young people out of the criminal justice system, Colorado is one of six states experimenting with a new program that focuses on rehabilitation and mentorship.
- More than a year after splashy headlines detailing a proposal to build Colorado Springs’ tallest building, the project has yet to break ground.
- The academy said 21-year-old Hunter Brown of Lake Charles, Louisiana, collapsed while leaving his dorm for class on Monday morning.
- Steve McEndree, a 4th generation rancher who works 18,000 acres of land, says the animals were worth about $100,000 and were not insured.
- The median price of a single family home in Colorado Springs was $441,000 in December. That’s down from a record high of $495,000 last June and is the lowest price seen in the region since September 2021.
- It ascends 2,000 vertical feet in less than a mile and climbing it 1,000 times in a year averages out to about 20 times every week.
- Aston, a bartender at the club, was remembered as a caring, sarcastic and intelligent man with a talent for poetry.
- The fundraiser came just days after a shooting left five people dead and nearly two dozen injured. But the fundraiser was planned before Richard Fierro — an Army veteran — gained national attention for helping stop the attack at local LGBTQ nightclub Club Q on November 19.
- Five people were killed and 19 others were injured in the attack on the LGBTQ club on Saturday night.
- The Homeless Outreach Program had subsisted on grant funding since its founding in 2019. Advocates have called for a more permanent source of funding.
- Author Ted Conover immerses himself in his work. From hopping freight trains for four months, to spending a year as a prison guard. And, for his latest book, living off-the-grid in the San Luis Valley. It's called "Cheap Land Colorado: Off-Gridders at America's Edge." He spoke with CPR's Southern Colorado reporter Dan Boyce.
- By late Tuesday night, voters were rejecting recreational cannabis sales in Colorado Springs by a sizable margin.
- “We were in this crazy market and now we've kind of come back to a balanced place right now,” said Ann Kidd, chair of the Pikes Peak Association of Realtors.
- Veo’s departure at the end of this summer left two electric ride share companies for customers in the Springs: scooter company Lime and PikeRide, a local e-bike nonprofit.
- Los votantes en Colorado Springs decidirán que se permita o no la venta de cánnabis recreativo en la ciudad.